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Forgotten Cats: Sponsor a Pet Grant Report

How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?

The donation was for Duchess. Duchess's foster mom, Chrissy, writes: "When I received the email about the donation, I had asked for it to go back as a donation to Forgotten Cats as a gift from Duchess."

We normally have more than 200 cats at the clinics, combined; some are TNVR feral cats, some are sick cats, some are FIV+, some are waiting for openings in adoption centers. Plus, we always need medical supplies. Forgotten Cats, Inc., goes through a lot of food and litter daily.

How many pets did this grant help?

Originally for Duchess, this $25 may have helped buy food or litter.

Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.

Duchess is still dreaming of the time when she will have a forever home of her own. Duchess is a very sweet and beautiful girl! She meows at me and follows me around the house. She is not a lap kitty, but she will happily lie next to me on the couch or somewhere nearby, and she gladly accepts pats on the head and chin scratches! She lives with other cats, but she would be happy as an only cat too. She will say hello to my cats occasionally, but mostly she growls at them. She is a chill cat who likes to lie on whatever blanket or bag she can find, and she loves to look out the window and bask in the sun! We found out when Duchess was at PetSmart that she hates dogs! Whenever she saw one coming, she would growl and charge at the front of the cage to try and attack them! She definitely needs to be in a doggy-free home.

Duchess is a young mom with one kitten, Ziggy, who has been adopted. She is ready for a home. Please consider making Duchess a new member of your family! Duchess is playing at her foster’s home. Meet Duchess here.

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